Why is a Healthy Gut so Important?

Think about it: over 100 trillion bacterial cells living inside your body, a lot of them working full time to…

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If You’re Happy and You Know It… Thank Your Gut

Did you know more than 95% of your body’s serotonin is made in your gut? Serotonin is that nifty little…

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Humans and Honeybees: What’s the Gut Connection?

For starters, it seems the overuse of antibiotics is harmful to both species, say researchers from the University of Texas…

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Another Reason to Love Your Gut Bacteria: Healthy Arteries

Many studies have revealed a connection between good health and a well-balanced gut. Now, researchers at the University of Colorado…

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Study: These Two Simple things May Help Lower Obesity Risk

Life can get pretty hectic—which means nowadays a meal is often something we grab on the go as we zip…

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Additional Good Bacteria May Help Relieve Allergy Symptoms

New research out of the University of Florida is nothing to sneeze at. That’s because researchers believe providing additional good…

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Exploring the Link between Gut Bacteria and Human Health

More than 100 trillion naturally occurring bacteria live in the human digestive tract, and scientists have only just begun to…

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Eat Better, Poop Better—Helpful Tips for Better BMs*

We’ve all heard the expression “You are what you eat” and something similar can be said about our bowel movements.…

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Study Explores Link between Diet, Weight & Gut Bacteria in Dogs

More than half of all dogs in the United States are overweight or obese, a reality that puts their health…

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Why Is Strength Training So Important for Women?

Aerobic exercise may get the blood pumping, but it turns out strength training may be just as important when it…

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Ladies, this Eye-Opening Infographic Will Get You Talking about Gut Health

What goes on in your gut is worth talking about, especially since it can affect your entire body—including your immune…

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Study Reveals Why Vitamin D is Good for Your Gut

The human gut is home to roughly 100 trillion bacteria, many of which work to keep us healthy every day.…

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Here’s What Worms Can Tell Us about Our Gut Microbes

Recent studies have revealed a strong connection between the bacteria in our bodies and our overall health—from obesity, diabetes and…

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Introducing Digest Smart® Chewable Enzyme

Our Digest Smart Chewable Enzyme is formulated with 12 plant-based enzymes to help your body’s natural processes break down proteins, carbohydrates,…

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Constipation May Affect Healthy Kidneys, and Here’s Why

While the occasional bout of constipation is not uncommon, ongoing problems with a sluggish bowel may impact the health of…

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